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Study Group 2

Dermatology, cardiorenal medicine and mental health

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Duration 3 hours

Online Zoom meeting

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Agenda

  • Chronic kidney disease

    An overview of early recognition of CKD and use of the kidney failure risk equation, advances in treatment for early stages of CKD and counselling for patients with CKD.

  • Heart failure

    A focus on the "four pillars" of heart failure treatment, sodium–glucose cotransporter 2 (SGLT2) inhibitors and their impact on care, and palliative care in heart failure.

  • Dermatology in skin of colour

    Covering presentations of common conditions in skin of colour and what not to miss, conditions that are more frequent in skin of colour and ways of keeping up to date and ensuring best practice.

  • Eczema

    An overview of eczema in the UK, covering the do’s and don’ts of emollient treatment; topical steroid use and withdrawal issues; how to avoid using antibiotics and the prevention of eczema flares.

  • Obsessive–compulsive disorder

    Considering the aetiology of obsessive–compulsive disorder, typical symptoms, principles of management, the efficacy of treatment options and the pros and cons of using selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors.

  • Testosterone deficiency

    A consideration of the incidence and aetiology of testosterone deficiency (TD), symptoms, and when and how to test. The session will also provide an overview of testosterone treatment and a review of recent guidelines on TD.

Speakers

  • Dr Roger Henderson

    Dr Roger Henderson was born in 1960 and raised in Cumbria. He qualified as a doc...

  • Dr James Waldron

    James is a Portfolio GP working in Nottingham. James has a great interest in tea...

Places

To ensure sessions remain sufficiently interactive and educationally rewarding, places will be strictly limited to 30 users per event on a first-come, first-served basis.

Delivered via Zoom

Study groups will be delivered via the Zoom online video platform available for desktop computers (webcam required) or mobile devices. It is important to sign-up to Zoom in advance of the session.